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I am having trouble connecting to my campus' secure wireless internet connection. I am able to connect to the unsecure connection on campus without a problem, and am also able to connect to my WEP secure connection on my home network without any trouble also. My campus wireless connection is protected through WPA2, and we were required to download the SecureW2 client in order to log on and connect. The problem is though, when I select the NDSU Secure wireless connection on my Windows wireless connection manager, I am getting an error message stating that the 'wireless network is out of range'. I am running Windows XP with SP3. Any ideas???
Follow the steps in the SecureW2 user guide to make sure that "Enable IEEE 802.1X authentication for this network" is enabled.
User guide here: http://www.securew2.org/wiki/UserGuide
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